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Federal Appeals Court Orders TSA To Explain Delay In Body Scan Public Hearing 186

Posted by Unknown Lamer
from the resist-delay-obstruct dept.
New submitter rhsanborn writes "One year ago the District of Columbia Court of Appeals ordered the TSA to hold public comment on the use body scanners in EPIC vs. DHS. The order has been ignored prompting a WhiteHouse.gov petition asking for the Obama Administration's response. One year later, Wired reports, the court has ordered the TSA to explain why it hasn't responded to its original order (PDF). The TSA has until August 30th to respond."
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Federal Appeals Court Orders TSA To Explain Delay In Body Scan Public Hearing

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